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Adjective: discomposed  ,dis-kum'powzd
  1. Having your composure disturbed
    "looked about with a wandering and discomposed air"
Verb: discompose  ,dis-kum'powz
  1. Cause to lose one's composure
    "Persons frequently employ falsehoods to a sick man who cannot recover, lest it should discompose his mind";
    - upset, untune, disconcert, discomfit

See also: abashed, ablush, agitated, blushful, blushing, bothered, chagrined, chagrinned, daunted, discombobulated, disconcerted, embarrassed, erubescent, fazed, flushed, flustered [informal], hot and bothered [informal], perturbed [informal], rattled [informal], red-faced, thrown, undignified, unstrung

Type of: arouse, elicit, enkindle [literary], evoke, fire, kindle, provoke, raise

Antonym: composed